Meet Your Agent: Rich Koenig
Rich moved to Stillwater about six years ago from Falcon Heights with his wife and their five kids. He started working for Goldberg Bail Bonds as a part-time agent five years ago, coming from a Department of Corrections in Lino Lakes. Rich worked on the Transport and Response team before deciding to look for a change with Century Link, where he became an engineer. Currently, Rich works as a full time agent on our team, while still keeping up at Century Link when needed.
Question and Answer with our Washington County Agent
Q: Where is the best place to eat before court?
A: Phil’s Tara Hideaway! Get the burger.
Q: Hidden Gem near to the courthouse?
A: Going to walk on the river.
Q: How close do you live to the jail?
A: Two blocks, never more than five minutes
Q: What’s the average release time for defendants?
A: One or two hours about
Q: Do you have any tips for clients in court in Washington County?
A: On average, court runs on time, or at most fifteen minutes late. The usually go alphabetically, with female defendants going first.
Q: What is your favorite part of bail bonds?
A: I like working for Goldberg. What a reputation! I initially applied to a newspaper ad for a different company, and I just did not like it. I don’t want to intimidate people. I want to help people.
Thank you for working with us!